I managed to mix up some SuperSweet 100 and Rutgers tomato seedlings as I was transferring into bigger pots. Is there any way I will be able to tell them apart? I tried to observe differences, but I just am not sure! Any help would be appreciated!!!
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No, you will likely need to wait until you have fruit to make an identification.
Don't worry, happens to the best of us!
Mystery tomato plants is what I label them!